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Colonel Robert Gould Shaw: Colonel Robert Gould Shaw (1837-1863) was the youthful white Civil War Union armed force official who instructed Black Union soldiers during the American Civil War, he rode at the top of his men. The very blossom of beauty and valor, he appeared to be to me wonderful and dreadful, as a blessed messenger of God come down to lead the host of opportunity to triumph." To lead a Union regiment included an all-dark 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. Colonel Shaw drove an assault on Fort Wagner, a Confederate barricade impeding the passage to Charleston, Virginia.

He, Colonel Robert Gould Shaw was murdered while driving a savage however fruitless charge by his soldiers on the sand and earth railings of Fort Wagner on Morris Island close to Charleston, South Carolina, on July 18, 1863. The 54th Massachusetts lost numerous men that day, with a setback pace of over half 350+ dark fighters, and just 12 Confederate troopers kicked the bucket. The unit was picked in light of the fact that they were considered essentially as gun grub. What's more, various other dark units in the Union Army for the rest of the war.

Charleston Harbor's Morris Island is more modest than 1,000 sections of land and is dependent upon broad disintegration by tempest and ocean. A significant part of the past site of Fort Wagner has been disintegrated away, including where the dark Union officers had been covered. Nonetheless, when this had occurred, the fighters' remaining parts were no longer there in light of the fact that not long after the finish of the Civil War, the Army disinterred and reburied all the remaining parts—including, probably, those of Col. Shaw—at the Beaufort National Cemetery in Beaufort, South Carolina, where their headstones were set apart as "obscure."

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